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right above you see berkeley lot of that has since left the picture now just blue skies up above for much of the east bay shoreline skies will continue to clear into the afternoon and temperatures that's will continue to rise. lots of sunshine today. another warm one 50's and 60's for current temperatures. so just at 09:00am now we're already warming on up to some pretty comfortable numbers. fairfield. you're at 67 degrees already reyna. >> you have a new accident just popped up out in novato. so a hot spot for us here because we had not yet recovered from an earlier accident where we saw as delays down here in sandra fell. so again, we have this new accident popping up 1, one southbound have roland boulevard in a bottle and you can see the delays that were from an earlier accident. it's the same story. we had an early-morning accident 8 eastbound at the embarcadero as you're heading on to the bridge there. and that's been clear. however, you're seeing the slow down along that passed that one. oh, one to 80 connector. so we're still keeping a close eye on traffic co
bridge 13 minutes and are free to make it across towards the peninsula up to about 23 minutes and the last hour. so we are seeing improvement here. the richmond sandra fell commute. that's pretty slow for us. 21 minutes there. so we'll have more on your drive times. coming up, darya and james. i'll send it back to you. thanks. rates. 9. oh, one and a big story this morning for the first time we're hearing the officers side of the story of how mario gonzalez died during their arrest of him. and we also know that there are now 5 separate investigations into determining. >> what exactly happened with kron four's terisa starts here with the story. >> the family from mario gonzalez has come out strong saying that he was murdered by these officers. so i asked the attorney. did these officers take gonzales is life. >> in your estimate as their attorney. did the officer's murder. mario gonzales. >> absolutely not.
>> allison barrie wilkinson represents james fisher eric mckinley and cameron leahy. the 3 officers shown in this body worn camera video who responded to the call of them. mumbling and intoxicated individual early monday morning on april 19. mat person now known as 26 year-old mario gonzales 5 separate investigations are now underway to determine what happened, that cause gonzalez to die while he was in police custody. >> the body-worn cameras reveal how hard the officers worked to tried to calmly bring mister gonzales into a safe situation. they tried for 3 full minutes to handcuff him all standing up. they did not want to have to take him to the ground. and it was the intensity of mister gonzales use ulta be helped.
>> as along with his strenght very well can sense as gonzales was a large person for the officers to get into custody is estimated by the officers. >> to be about 5 foot 5 weighting. 250 to 300 pounds gonzalez. his family has said can salas had and we need to backed by the officers and asked him to stop breathing and die. >> barry says the video shows differently. a close examination of the video reveals that the actually have their body weight on their heels or on the there such that's really in essence they re seeing mister gonzalez and it was almost like a light switch. it was something completely unexpected. that happened when he suddenly went into. his medical emergency, which we don't know what it was, what it was. cardiac arrest very wilkinson says all 3 officers are on administrative leave pending
the outcome of the multiple investigations. they are heartbroken. they were there to help mister gonzales. >> very wilkinson says that it will take quite some time to find out the cause of death in this case that the toxicology it could take a matter of months. in the meantime, there is a growing memorial out here where mario gonzalez died. they're in alameda. theresa kron 4 news. >> now and listening to this. a south bay criminal defense attorney says the alameda police description of what happened during gonzales, his arrest that he considers the fact that they may have, you know, really had a medical emergency that coincided. but he also says the emergency dinges coincide. it was caused. he thinks by the officer. yes. take a listen what he had to say. >> officers the most powerful tool that they have in their possession or at their will is their ability to talk someone down verbally de-escalate, a situation and these officers
very quickly escalated to the physical use of force which is absolutely necessary. absolutely would have been alive. still today and that's a pretty good indication that with the police to use excessive and unreasonable and unnecessary force when but for their actions, someone would still be living. >> yeah. he went on to say that eric mckinley, the first officer to arrive at the park initially showed restraint. but then eventually according to the lawyer, a lost patients with gonzales. he believes the officer should be prosecuted. >> today. san mateo county is resuming giving vaccines for covid at the san mateo county event center. let's get right out there. we've got kron 4 sarah stinson. >> keeping an eye on the supply. now that's available. sarah. yeah. how many people they think they can vaccinate in the day. >> well, the goal is to get out 4,000 doses a day and daryn james, i just found out they only have about 500 appointments set right now. so there's around 3,000 doses
that are up for grabs right now and what that means is you don't need an appointment. so get out here. if you're watching this scam, the car now head out. take a look at how easy it is here in your car. you drive in and in within minutes, you're vaccinated of course you got to sit and hang for a little bit to make sure you're all good. but they are using the moderna vaccine today so that is 18 and up. so if you're 18 and up, this is the perfect opportunity to need for you to get the vaccipe. joining us now is mike kelly, the county manager tell me how are you feeling reopening after having to do that pause. and by the way, were both vaccinated. so we're trying out no mask. we're feeling a little weird about thank you. yeah. this is the day we've been waiting for for a long time. >> as you can see, we've got people going through right now. we've got a lot of ala for the rest of the day here. so we're encouraging people like you said, get your car. come on down here. no appointment necessary. we will read this to you on site here
and it will be very quick n easy now because you want to get this this dose in someone's arm and that's the primary goal. was it hard for you when you had to kind of put a pause on all this. >> well, yes, even though we stop the mass for several weeks. now. 6 weeks. we're still in the in the low hpi areas really giving the doses of few doses we had to the most vulnerable communities. and in this county. so we felt good about that. and that certainly allowed those most vulnerable communities to catch up. >> and so i hear you're going to start resuming as well. the j and j vaccine. how second or that going to be at a site like this. >> not for the jnj will be mostly for the homebound for those. maybe that are incarcerated are homeless that we really only have one opportunity to get a shot. there yeah, just get it to them is they don't have to worry about it the second today the goal is just to get people in from here on out. a it's it depending on supply, but. >> what's your advice? everybody at home. if you get the vaccine and no matter which one? it the best shot is when it goes in your arm.
>> we have now, these are the days were waiting for availability. we have enough doses to get everyone vaccinated who wants a dose. availability is widespread in this county we are encouraging everyone to get that dose. >> we've been waiting for this day a long time. your number right now. you just told me as of yesterday it's 70% of adults in your county have been vaccinated. the goal is to get to a 100%. right. absolutely. we want to that 100%. we want everyone to be safe. >> we want society reopen. we went about everyone to be able to have the ability to get shot when they need it in. now is that time. yeah, ok, again. 18 and older today because moderna next week you said you pfizer. we pfizer will be here tuesday wednesday next week to a mass vaccinations. again, no appointment necessary. all right. thank you so much for joining us. and to get that vaccine. remember you head to my turn dot ca dot g o v. that is how you get that shot in the arm. but again, no appointment needed right now. darya james, can you believe we're saying is it's been so
long. >> i've been saying it's hard to get an appointment and now i'm telling you, no appointment needed. just get over billy. well, i know send it back to its great people and be able to get their shots. all good news. thank you very much, sara. >> speaking of good news in the south. but we have san jose's, google project one step closer to reality. yeah. the planning commission gave the ok. and let's talk about the next hurdle. kron four's. camila barco is live with the details. >> yeah, that's right. good morning. 80 acres of land of city's planning commission has agreed to like google transform 80 acres of land into this huge campus. and just this morning, san jose's development director from google says that this project is all about putting the community first. now let's take a look of what this project consist of 4,000 housing units, 15 acres of open space. 7.3 million square feet for offices and room for small businesses. google is looking to develop the campus
west of highway 87 here in san jose. the project includes 200 million dollars to help jump-start the local economy and the company is also providing grants for programs that help people in san jose secure good paying jobs. now, what is next. this doesn't mean that google can just start building this campus just as of just yet, they have to go before the city council and they have a meeting scheduled for may 25th and that's when they will talk about the details of this project and what will happen next. so we'll have to stay tuned until may 25th to see the city council approves that approves of this or wants to make any changes star. james, back to you. all right. thanks a lot. camila. >> it is 9.10. coming up on the kron 4 morning news as india faces another covid surge. many bay area residents are volunteering to try and provide at least a little bit of help. we'll tell you how sunshine and warm weather back today we're going to be looking at highs inland are
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>> 9.13, and we're looking at the weather. things are shaping up to be very nice. not bad out there. john trouble in the weather center with a look. good morning, guys. yeah, we're looking at a really nice day ahead of us yet again as long as you don't mind some 80's inland. you can get out there and enjoy all that sunshine that we saw yesterday already under. >> going to get more of today looking outside right here at timber on. there is definitely some cloud cover having worked its way over parts of the peninsula and through the golden gate and some areas. nice little sea breeze is keeping our coastal areas cool and our temperatures right alongside the shore of the bay. also pretty moderated. so isis, those inland areas that are going to be tapping back into those warmer conditions yet again high pressure back in place today. just like it was yesterday yet again, another warm one and another attempt at least of a sea breeze to try to make its way into the bay. going to be more successful in some spots than others to bring some relief to us as these toasty afternoon, highs are reached high
temperatures today will be a little bit warmer for some antioch up near 90 degrees at 88 today reflecting the heat of the central valley as those regions rise well into the 90's toledo 75 along with hayward oakland in fremont. also in the 70's. well, san jose concord, napa and santa rosa sharing a range of low 80's in the meantime, san francisco in half moon bay really reaching the 60's today. now tomorrow's temperatures will be a little bit cooler. also see a few more clouds. winds picking up into friday evening. setting us up for a really windy weekend ahead of a saturday, especially being a windy and much cooler day. and what we've gotten used to. reyna. don, thank you for that tracking another hot spot this time. >> it's on the richmond. sandra fell bridge with an accident westbound near the tolls here and traffic is starting to stack up. it was up to about 30 minutes or so. now we're at 28. so it's fluctuating a little bit. we're going to continue to keep a close eye on the bridge. another traffic collision out in nevada. 1,
one southbound havilland boulevard. and the reason why this so bad is because we didn't have time to recover from that earlier accident in sandra fell also looking at the bay bridge, 15 minutes. so that fremont street exit get a look at the san mateo bridge as you head across towards the peninsula. 13 minutes for your drive time. and still we have a closed down east 14th on an off-ramp at northbound to 38 and things are still pretty slow along to 38. we'll have more on that up next. but for now, james, back to you. >> time now to talk winners and losers on wall street. financial expert rob black joining us with his insights this morning. and rob just glancing over the markets. mostly down, not by much kind of a i don't know. we just met today. >> it's math. >> in light of great economic conditions. we saw gdp for the 1st quarter growth 6.4%. that's. >> we want to 4%. 6.4 is stimulus. we need to of funk of the recession. the new york city is reopening mayor de blasio said bring on the shots
for stores. your hotels restaurants. let's go fly open in july and that's got people pretty excited. maybe as early as june. it really starts to crack cross the country is the idea. initial jobless claims came in at a pandemic post-pandemic, whatever we're in right now. curry a low. that's good news. you saw biden talk about 1.8 trillion going to family plan which would give tax credits as well increase taxes on the wealthy to pay for some early childsood care. that's good amazon is going to pay the boys. 3 $1 more for 5,000 place that equals 2.5 trillion dollars over here. ponying up. this is all good news. to get the markets going down in earnings. it tells me we're tired and overextended. interesting. all right. well, you brought up earning season. let's talk about it. we heard from both apple and facebook will start with facebook. >> right. they really what which is a smashed expectations. yeah, e.
>> year-over-year. their incomes up 91% id one percent last 10 years. so that's in the last year. that's impressive 9.5 billion dollars 26 billion dollars revenue. that's up 48%. they're the right place the right time. someone goes on vacation. someone clicks on vacation pictures serving up advertisements for vacations are reopening their ad company. they're stealing business from tv. facebook, instagram whatsapp has accommodations 2.4 billion plus users. got a million pot shops out there. so they're doing well. there's some tricky to go. she ate slept over apple's privacy update and they have to get through congress this year. in year where, you know, is going get some money for some boats and a check on the big tech companies as far as being a plus. >> speaking of also earnings. and you know, we did a story earlier this morning, rob,
about this phenomenon called revenge spending people frustrated with the pandemic are basically unleashing and treating themselves to things they couldn't do during the during the lockdown, you suppose some of that is driving maybe apple sales because there are there some everything like hot cakes. >> yeah. not just the revenge spending that you speak out. but os the work at home school from home the embedded mess of their hardware colleges. just super cycle on all products. when i say that, i'm not kidding. mac sales are up 70% year-over-year ipad sales are up 78% year-over-year. it got twice as many paid subscribers in the over the last 2 years. we've got growth in china. you've got a 4 g phone become the 5 g phone. they're hitting all cycles. tell you something, 90 billion dollars share buyback. we're going to do that that's mindblowing. that's a big revenue up 54%. i own both apple and facebook. i'm a little bit of a
cheerleader in school. is but their stocks are doing quite well. facebook at an all-time high today. apple struggling. to regain all time highs but still grateful. good let's see. tomorrow's friday. we'll see them. but we'll see you back here on monday. sound. good? john, thanks. the nice weather coming up, we'll do you have a great weekend. said rob, your questions will cycle backgrounds who can on air or he can answer privately. if that's what you like, find him on facebook, twitter, e-mail directly black dot com. or you can always find him on our website at kron 4 dot com.
again, a quick follow-up to that big basically another surge in india with the coronavirus pandemic. will travis air force base up in solano county is now shipping out pallets of supplies. covid supplies to india. and this comes after the biden administration decided to send help to india as they fight their latest surge in run the gamut, anything from oxygen cylinders because oxygen is in real short supply. there and 95 masks of those rapid test kits. all of that and the supplies are being flown in by the u.s. air force. and this was just the first of several large shipments that are scheduled for the coming days. >> some bay area residents are raising money to provide relief for what's going on in india. they're seeing what's happening and they want to send medical supplies to the country because of the worsening conditions there
with the increase of cases, the hospitals being overrun and you have heard about the lack of oxygen. well, one palo alto couple is stepping in with their family and friends to help those that are back in india by raising money to buy and deliver oxygen to the hospitals. and then there's another group trying to raise about $400,000 to help as well. >> yeah, it's a humanitarian crisis and not just my personal relationship to it, but also just being someone in the world who just wants to do good and help solve this pretty much on a daily basis. we care about somebody has. koster way. and it could have avoidable death if they been the appropriate medical attention and the oxygen. >> if you would like to help. we have links on how you can on our website at kron 4 dot com. >> we'll take a break here at 9.24. still ahead, president biden says the nation is on
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>> 9.27 is a time right now. and we've just got string of nice after nice after nice. so it's like i'm complaining take it day and night. >> haha. >> i feel like i'm the one that's been complaining because it's so nice. they want to talk have to be like wait, it's and that really is the downside to the really nice weather we've had for almost all of april. we've enjoyed some really comfortable days. plenty of sunshine. we only had one really rainy day across the bay, which was this past sunday and that is unfortunately set us up for the drought conditions that were just see deepening across the bay area and those low water levels reservoirs to we are seeing a little bit of cloud cover near the coastline this morning. but the rest of us are back to the sunshine already. you look at half moon bay this morning does have a good dose of low gray right along it this is that marine
layer that is going to keep our coastal areas nice and cool compared to our inland spots. a look outside at where we're sitting with cloud cover across the bay actually shows pretty clearly that coastal spots. and just offshore does have some low stratus bayshore really starting to clear out now and our inland areas. will you never even saw the clouds have been clear all morning long and temperatures rising pretty quickly for these spots. san jose sitting at 61 right now livermore 62, while dublin already at 65 degrees and fairfield sitting right below 70 degrees at 67 berkeley and oakland 57 for you. san francisco right at 50 degrees. some 60's in the north bay up towards cloverdale and see a lead-up later on today. it's right back to the 80's. we go inland 70's by the bay 60's hanging on right along the coast. reyna john, thank you for that. so we've been tracking a hot spot right here. >> along the richmond, sandra fell bridge, the westbound side again. you can see traffic. it almost looks like
it's standstill like this shot is frozen. the traffic is slowly moving. 27 minutes for you to make it across towards sandra fell again, that delay has been there for maybe the past 30 minutes or sell. also get a look at other slow spots out in nevada. we have a traffic accident here. 1 one southbound at roland boulevard. now they just move that off the road. we also had an earlier crash down here in san rafale. so things have been pretty backed up along one. oh, one heading into the city were now finally, finally starting to see just a little improvement about 14 minutes heading to that fremont street exit, you might remember we had an earlier crash eastbound side of the ridge near the embarcadero as you're getting on to the bridge and that slow things down for people traveling from the city to the east bay. so lot of people were taking the san mateo bridge. now we're down to 30 minutes or not seen any more major delass across that bridge. looking at the golden gate bridge drive times are about 31 minutes for you. as you head into the city and you can see just how foggy it is as you're traveling across the ridge there. so we'll have more on your drive times and
your commute. but for now, dorian james, we'll send it over to you. president joe biden told a joint session of congress that. >> his administration has turned crisis into opportunity during these first 100 days in office, but to build on that work for americans. the president called on lawmakers to help washington correspondent jessi turnure has a recap. >> good morning. the main crisis president biden inherited the covid-19 pandemic loomed large over his speech with a limited audience and masks. but the president made it clear the country is making a comeback. >> america is on the move again. >> on the eve of his 100th day in office. president joe biden applauded how far the nation has come since inauguration day. the worst pandemic in a century. economic crisis since the great depression. the worst attack on our democracy since the civil war. >> to keep the momentum going. the president made the case for big government. he
officially unveiled his nearly 2 trillion dollar plan to fund a national family and medical leave program along with free preschool in community college to prove democracy still works in our government still works and we can deliver for our people. president biden proposed tax hikes on the wealthiest households to pay for it this time to grow the economy from the bottom in the middle out. the president also called on congress to act on other policy priorities like police reform. we've all seen and even justice in the black americans. >> now is our opportunity to make some real progress. but south carolina's tim scott, the lone black gop senator who delivered the republican rebuttal push back on president biden's expansion of government in a partisan way. he's done it. the actions of the president and his party are pulling us further and further apart. scott says that includes democrats rhetoric. >> when it comes to racial injustice. hear me clearly. america is not he races country.
>> to officially mark has 100th day in office. president biden in the first lady will travel to georgia later today to attend a drive-in rally in atlanta. they also plan to meet with former president jimmy carter and his wife in washington. i'm jessi tenure. >> it's great deal more about what this means. let's go to our political analyst michael yaki. good morning, michael. so we we got good morning. the era of big government is back. >> what's interesting because a lot of people thought joe biden as the transitional president even comes up the transitional president. what they didn't get what he was transitioning back to the new deal and the great society of fdr. yeah. it's it's it's to try to look at the federal government in a different way. look at the fact that tapping on frustration that the american people have with that they believe government isn't working for them and his answers. go big or go home. >> yeah. and the republicans are like. you're you're
getting involved in our lives from cradle to college. i think was their little slogan. >> well, if that means that we're getting child care for every working family that needs it. and providing free college two-year colleges for every deserving american youth who wants it. i think that's a trait of the people are going to take. i mean, slogans or not. going know what's going to make this to president who is talk about bipartisanship, but he's talking about it in terms of the american people. i think he realizes that you have a congress that the still dominated by by a party that is rooted in the in the in the same things like resulted in the january 6 insurrection, something that i noticed senator tim scott. i definitely tried to avoid in his response. but i think this is something where you saw the reaction to the speech or 70%. american people that the country is going in the right direction. even the number of republicans doubled in terms of believing that the country
was in the right direction. so this is a president who is decided that in order to create the kind of america that we all want. this is his plan and he has a plan and he's going to try and push it forward and it's nice to have a policy debate for once rather than wondering, you know, about insults and lies that go on that. they've gone back for the previous 4 years. i'd rather have a policy debate. >> it's kind of interesting how it appears, though he was trying to wrestle back some of the marketing that the republican party has touted for the past 4 years of being that populist message for the workers and it's actually a lot like he was trying to reclaim that for the democratic party saying we can build turbines in pittsburgh. they don't have to be built in china and kind of reshaping the platform a bit. >> well, it's i mean, it goes to the roots of scranton. joe wright, blue collar hard working middle class in that used to be the base of the democratic party. that was that was that was the that was the american people who flock
fdr in the depths of the great depression. interstate with party for many years. enjoys century. robert reagan came along in the 80's. so he stripped ap that. the question is can he will he. and appealing to the jobs issue talking about jobs, which is really the crux of the issue when it comes to middle america. it was, i think a very good thing that he did. but again, the question is going to be how is he going to be able to deliver all of these things with a very divided yeah. and when you said how's it going to deliver is like and the money. >> then there's the there's a cost. thank you, michael. all right. thank you very thank you, james. all right. we'll be right back.
>> we are back. coming up on 9.40 and we've noticed a bit of a change in traffic patterns around the bay area, specifically out of the bay they're running about 90% of what we used to see during the week before the pandemic. there's a live shot. we also have a time lapse. version of this of you here. this was recorded wednesday morning about 9 o'clock or so. and you can see, you know, cause stacking up somewhat like what we saw before the pandemic we spoke with john goodwin from the metropolitan transportation commission and he agrees. yes, the traffic is backed up and a lot of the best data that we're getting is from places like the bay bridge. >> as everybody will recall,
traffic plummeted at that time bottomed out in early april twenty-twenty and then begin very steep climb. they continued right around the first of july that plot has given way to a new rise that began in late february and continues to this day. >> and that room that brize that he's talking about is illustrated here in this graphic where you can clearly see what happened last april with that huge drop in the number of average daily vehicles crossing the bridge drop below 70,000 per day. but as he said by february and on. we've seen steady climb. in fact, we're now back to some of the highest average numbers we've seen since the pandemic began. >> and bad to drought. we go across the bay area. extreme drought now gripping more and more of the bexar latest drought monitor just released this morning showing just that more and more of us in the red, including the south bay. now all of the coast north bay
on this thursday morning working their way towards the tail end of the week now and also. >> tail end of the month. second to last day of april and we're ending the month on a pretty obviously dry note, not changing much from where we started. things with dry conditions leading all the way until last sunday, which was the only day this past month that offered us any rainfall across the bay. now we are seeing a range of cloud cover at the coast and sunshine for the rest of the bay area this morning. you can see those clouds trying to push about the brain headlines and through the golden gate right here at our timber on view. otherwise it's sunny and temperatures are already starting to warm up. that will take us eventually into the 80's for daytime highs inland this afternoon. cloud cover pretty easy to spot here at the coastline and radar high pressure in place for yet another day. and this is going to keep us on the warmer side of things that does change into the weekend, though, as we do see a dip in the jet stream just around the corner.
that's actually about to result in a cool down a pickup in wind speeds as soon as tomorrow. late afternoon as for today it's just a cool sea breeze that will bring some relief to the coast into our bayside areas. inland areas little too far away to be tapping into that ocean cool there. and that's you'll be on the hotter side. just as you were yesterday, 60's for most of our highs in san francisco today. a range of 50's and 60's right along the shoreline. well, temperatures along the bay shore mostly in the 70's foster city at 71 palo alto, redwood city as well as mountain view at 77 south bay daytime highs in the low 80's mostly san jose 81 degrees today fremont at 77 while back to the 80's we go over into the tri valley on up through danville, walnut creek and conquered all of which will be at 83 degrees oakland at 73 for your high today. while north attempts some of our warmest vacaville an antioch, for example, close to 90 today before that cool down that i mentioned to the weekend tomorrow, temperatures will still be warm. just not
into the 80's for most areas. most of our inland spots will peak at 70 in the upper 70's for your friday. as i mentioned, winds will pick up late on friday, setting us up for a really windy day on saturday and also our coolest day of this forecast with many of our inland temperatures only reaching the upper 60's to low 70's reyna. tom, thank you. so we're still following this hot spot on the richmond sandra fell bridge. >> looks like the accident involved several vehicles at least 4 they are and the tow trucks are trying to make their way through that crowd. you can see and trying to get those cars off of the bridge 27 minutes to make it to sandra fell. so things are pretty slow there. the bay bridge finally starting to recover year 14 minutes for your drive time as you're heading to the fremont street exit. remember, we had issues on the eastbound side of the bridge much earlier today. also get a look at the san mateo bridge heading across towards the peninsula a little under 14 to make that drive. no major delays for you and this hot spot is still here in hayward. so they still have east 14th on and off ramps closed northbound of to 38 and
it's still pretty backed up along to 38 they were not any residual delays along 8.80, or 5.80. we'll have more throughout the day. but daria, i'll send it over to you. >> i can guarantee that anybody in the world will be alive sunday. so i can guarantee will be on a roster on sunday. >> so that goes for all of us. >> don. don, don. talk about a cliffhanger, if any of us can manage to stay alive until 5 o'clock today. we'll actually find out which of these eligible bachelors will be the forty-niners newest quarterback. the rumor mill has been swirling like never before around the forty-niners coveted draft pick could ohio state quarterback justin fields be the guy. >> the 6, 3, 223 pound gunslinger was the back to back. big 10 offensive player of the year and led the buckeyes to a national championship game fields is said to have all the tools arm strength, deep ball accuracy and mobility. his high school
coach matt dickman says justin has what it takes to be an nfl star. we're going to get an outstanding person. >> that's going to be a great we know how talented he is. he can run to his left thumb. and you know, and is right right and that he's really create play actual quarterbacks. i really don't know how we doesn't fit with the forty-niners. another guy that has risen to the top of the list is north dakota state's trey lance. his play helped the bisons won the 2019 fcs national championship. >> the 6, 4, 224 pounds, signal-callers athleticism and arm strength and decision-making stand out, though some have concerns about his accuracy. >> his high school coach terry bahlmann says lance his talents and maturity will lead him to success. 6, 4, to 25 runs a 4, 4, 40. it's got a cannon actual all all the physical skills or are there. if you're going to get a great citizen, great role model. these can be face of the franchise. you want is going to be the hardest worker. finally alabama's mac jones
has long been in the conversation, the 6 to 217 pound to be put u'. huge numbers will leading the crimson tide to another national title jones tout strong decision making and is excellent at reading defenses and processing. >> that doesn't have the strongest arm in his class. one of his high school coaches. kevin fagan has no doubts jones will excel at the next level is the mayor growing up and his work ethic. he works as hard. anybody ever work that we've got around it just it is competitive edge in >> mark knowledge of the game along with, you know, the physical arm is very good them in row road as well the rest of us to make a ruling and popular highland hills kron 4 sports. but what about this guy? where does that leave jimmy garoppolo. >> he still has its good looks and 50 million bucks to fall back on our resident football expert will tran is live at levi stadium will because you're an expert. your guess is better than mine. so just take a guess.
>> i think jimmy g will make it through. tonight. the reason being it's hard to find a suitor for him because the q bees have already been picked up. the colts picked up carson wentz and his bat contract. we're talking 51 million dollars for the next 2 years. that is still there and let's face it, the reason why they're even drafting a quarterback because of injuries in 64 games with the niners he's only played 31 games and the one full season that he did played area. he took them to the super bowl. one out of 4 seasons. so, you know, they always say your best ability is availability. he's not available. but your best ability is your availability. >> yeah, everybody says that right. the show up to me at the very least you're at i was there not showing up at work. so i he's not playing. he's you in need. might as well be you and me. but he has a bigger and make it count. yeah. but sitting on the
sideline cost a lot more. but of all right. so you're not gonna take a guess on which is 3 guys in the draft. you're not going to you're going to get a wager. >> i think it's going to be trey. lance. they will go with him. but i promise you check this out. if zach wilson, what byu is not picked with number 2 and he's not locked in a number 2. if he is not pick that number to get the forty-niners will get its act will. okay. so i think now you're going throw the no one into which we thought were done deals in thing. >> will. well, it's a guessing game with only difference is those guys spent a month and a half just yakking without knowing so why can i add my near the bottom line is they don't know either case. it. there was a guy we drafted in the 3rd round walsh really leaders place kicker. not a and they call us. we just play them joe montana ok, all these guys. i know you never know.
you. >> the load rest can be wonderful. high dress can be a bus. okay. well, stay tuned. we only have to wait another unknown 8 hours or so. thank you. well. >> the birds invading but dig the bay gave people nightmares for years. not afraid of a hitchcock movie. you would be if you came home to this in real life. >> thousands of birds. so through the chimneys of 2 homes on the southern california coast. this was in torrance. and when the family got home about a 1000 birds were crammed in like sad means from ceiling to floor when they finally flew the coop. let me tell you, there was a huge cleanup. >> everywhere. everywhere you couldn't walk. and any spot in the living room. the kitchen in the hallway without stepping on bird droppings. >> look at all have to look right. so the other a vision
that amount to which is about 85 miles to the north as the crow flies like that animal control. here's what they did james, had they created a chute system to funnel the birds from at least from that fireplace. what they did was and then they went out through the back door, which is ingenious. >> i have to say i have a natural. >> appreciation for the dangers of birds well, let's actually to birds and that is well stuff of my nightmare. guess what, be afraid because these are the voks swiss and they're heading north. they're headed our way close flu that. shot it down. that's the buzz. a home.
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